Show #1106 - Monday, May 29, 1989

Rich Lerner game 5.

Contestants

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Susan Stowe, a travel agent from Plymouth, Minnesota

Robert Windeler, a writer from Beverly Hills, California

Rich Lerner, a lawyer from Silver Spring, Maryland (whose 4-day cash winnings total $40,790)

Jeopardy! Round

3-LETTER WORDS
PEOPLE
PERFUME
NEW TESTAMENT
FACTS & FIGURES
STEPHEN FOSTER LYRICS
    $100 6
According to the cliche, "That's just" this part "of the iceberg"
    $100 14
She was crowned queen of England just 4 days after Edmund Hillary conquered Mount Everest
    $100 21
Though Niki de Saint Phalle's perfume shows 2 of these animals entwined on the bottle, people buy it anyway
    $100 1
Guinness says the record they reject most often is for the longest chain of these office supplies
    $100 9
"All up and down the whole creation, sadly I roam, still longing for..." these people "at home"
    $200 7
It can precede cord, current, off & saw
    $200 15
In 1978 the duchess of Alba, one of the wealthiest women in this country, married an ex-priest
    $200 22
Castor, an ingredient in perfume, comes from this "busy" animal
    $200 2
According to NFL GameDay magazine, the Redskins have 58,300 names on a waiting list for these
    $200 10
The Camptown racetrack was this many "miles long, oh! doo-dah-day!"
    $300 8
It can be a sting from the cold or a small drink some might take to warm up
    $300 16
Surprisingly, this man, Elvis' manager, was born in Holland, & his real name is Andreas van Kuijk
    $300 23
This 4-letter word can refer to an opera singer or her Emanuel Ungaro perfume
    $300 3
On August 26, 1988, 725 people put their right foot in & out & shook it all about doing this dance in NYC
    $300 11
"It rained all night the day I left, the weather it was dry; the sun so hot I" did this
    $400 17
A dot on a die
    $400 19
When he auctioned off his wacky wardrobe, his Pinball Wizard boots sold for over $20,000
    DD: $300 4
It's what this device keeps track of; Treasury Sec'y Nicholas Brady has one on his desk:

$4,001,985,469,429
    $400 12
According to this song's lyrics, she was "borne, like a vapor on the summer air"
    $500 18
Slang for impudent talk, your parents didn't want you to give them any
    $500 20
This star of 1940s aquatic movie musicals is in the swim again with her own line of swimwear
    $500 5
For the past 8 years she's put the ornament atop the national Christmas tree
    $500 13
This "Queen of my Song" was asked to "wake unto me, starlight and dewdrops are waiting for thee"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Rich Robert Susan
$400 $100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Robert Susan
$1,200 $1,500 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN LITERATURE
AUSTRIA
MOTHER GOOSE
PRESIDENTS
LEGAL LINGO
ACTRESSES & ROLES
    $200 21
In 1605 Cervantes wrote about Don Quixote, & in 1969 Mario Puzo wrote about this Don
    $200 1
Mozart was born in this city whose name means "Castle of Salt"
    $200 26
This holiday "comes but once a year and when it comes it brings good cheer"
    $200 13
The only president who fought in the French & Indian War
    $200 3
According to the World Book, the relationship between landlords & these goes back to the feudal system
    $200 2
This little girl played "The Little Colonel", "Little Miss Broadway" & "Little Miss Marker"
    $400 22
Katherine Anne Porter got this title & plot device from a 1494 Sebastian Brant work
    $400 9
The Winter Olympics have been held in this scenic city twice, 1964 & 1976
    $400 27
Georgie Porgie made the girls cry by doing this
    $400 15
A man of few words, he had 2 nicknames: 1 was "Red", the other wasn't
    $400 4
An accusation of a wrong, or an action of the Light Brigade
    $400 5
This Gabor sister provided the voice of Duchess the Cat in Walt Disney's "The Aristocats"
    $600 23
American novelist & short story writer who created Yoknapatawpha County
    DD: $1,000 10
This traditional Austrian peasant costume consists of a blouse, a lace-up bodice & a full skirt with apron
    $600 16
The Berlin Wall was erected during his administration
    $600 20
From the Latin for "crime", evidence indicating you committed the crime is considered this
    DD: $500 6
Geraldine Page's last Broadway role was the Happy Medium in this Noel Coward play
    $800 24
Title hero of Nathanael West's 1933 tale who ends up murdered by one of his correspondents
    $800 11
These birds return annually to roost in their chimney nests in the city of Rust
    $800 17
Extensive repairs were needed on the White House in 1902 so this family moved to Jackson Place
    $800 19
Colorful term used to describe state laws regulating the sale of securities
    $800 7
This comedienne got an Oscar nomination for playing a choir singer in her 1st film, "Nashville"
    $1000 25
While working at the U.S. embassy in Madrid, this Knickerbocker knocked out a Columbus bio
    $1000 12
In 1914 this Hapsburg emperor declared war on Serbia, thus starting World War I
    $1000 14
When he died in 1924, he became our only president buried in Washington, D.C.
    $1000 18
Violation of trademark rights is called this
    $1000 8
She played Nick Nolte's mom in "Weeds", but her most famous film was "Throw Momma from the Train"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Robert Susan
$2,600 $6,200 $3,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 50 STATES
The 2 states whose names end with the letter "Y"

Final scores:

Rich Robert Susan
$100 $6,100 $0
2nd place: a trip to San Francisco on Delta + Sonoma Safari wine country tour with hot air balloon champagne flight New champion: $6,100 3rd place: Benrus gold & diamond watch

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rich Robert Susan
$2,900 $6,300 $2,600
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $11,800

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